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“Since early March when the coronavirus epidemic began to sweep across the country, people everywhere have been forced to adapt to being confined in their homes. We face a unique and unprecedented challenge as we navigate the uncertainty of the future, the instability of finances and the fears of contagion. For yogis, who often rely on sangha, or community, for spiritual support and comfort, disconnection from the physical space of a studio can prove particularly difficult….
Whether you have been practicing yoga for many years or are interested in exploring it for the first time, our current circumstances present a powerful opportunity to lean deeply into the tools that yoga offers to establish equanimity. Studio owners throughout Atlanta understand this and have called upon their own flexibility, adaptability and inner resolve to support their communities even while they cannot share physical space. We connected with some of them to discuss what they are doing to support their teachers and students.”